Garden through the year - seasonal changes
Our garden is situated four miles from Bristol city centre. It is a south facing, medium sized garden approximately 40ft wide by 100ft long. There are two sections - flowers near to the house and fruit and vegetables at the bottom. It is surrounded by a mixed hedge mainly of beech and holly. We have a large wildlife pond with goldfish and many sorts of nest boxes and bee hotels.
We grow a variety of flowers predominately chosen to be wildlife-friendly by providing food and nectar all year around, but which also look attractive as a formal garden throughout the seasons.
A variety of wildlife visits our garden which includes 35 bird species, foxes, badgers, amphibians including frogs, toads and newts, slow-worms, bees and butterflies, plus lots of different insects that are not always easy to identify. This website showcases a few of the photos and videos taken throughout the year.
City Garden & Wildlife
Welcome to our Bristol Garden website with photos and videos of flora and fauna taken in our city garden. We actively encourage wildlife and grow plants to attract insects and birds.
We have a swift colony in nest boxes on our house during the summer - click button below.